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I. Two ideas of mysticism.--II. Supernatural mysticism.--III. The nature of mystical experience.--IV. The object of mystical knowledge.--V. The psychology of mysticism.--VI. Evil.--VII. Immanence and transcendence.--VIII. Plotinus.--IX. Heretical mystics.--X. Mysticism, philosophy and religion.--XI. Dionysius.--XII. The "Mystical theology" of Dionysius the Areopagite.--Letter: I. To Caius the monk--The ignorance by means of which God is known is above sense-knowledge, not below it. II. To the same--In what sense God is above the principle of divinity. V. To Dorotheus the deacon--The divine darkness further explained